On Thursday, the eastern coast of Russia’s far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula is affected by earthquake.
The Geophysical Survey of the Russian Academy of Sciences said that the area is hit by a 5.7 magnitude earthquake.
The GSRAS spokesperson said that “A seismic event took place on Thursday at daytime local time in the Kamchatka Strait off the eastern coast of the peninsula.The epicenter of the earthquake was located at the depth of over 50 kilometres, 88 kilometres to the south of the locality of Ust-Kamchatsk,”
He also added that over the past 24 hours, it was the fourth earthquake in the region. Reportedly, no victims or material damages reported so far.